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manufacturing industry is the main body of the national economy, the main battlefield of scientific and technological innovation, the foundation of building a country, the instrument of rejuvenating the country, and the foundation of strengthening the country. At present, the global manufacturing development pattern and China's economic development environment have undergone major changes. We must firmly grasp the current rare strategic opportunities, highlight the innovation drive, optimize the policy environment, give full play to institutional advantages, and realize the transformation from made in China to created in China, from Chinese speed to Chinese quality, and from Chinese products to Chinese brands

in May 2015, the State Council issued made in China 2025 to deploy and comprehensively promote the implementation of the manufacturing power strategy. This is the first ten-year action program for China to implement the manufacturing power strategy

made in China 2025 proposes to adhere to the basic principles of "innovation driven, quality first, green development, structural optimization and talent oriented", adhere to the basic principles of "market leadership, government guidance, based on the current, long-term, overall promotion, key breakthroughs, independent development and open cooperation", and achieve the strategic goal of a manufacturing power through "three steps": the first step is to become a manufacturing power by 2025; Second, by 2035, China's manufacturing industry as a whole will reach the middle level of the world's manufacturing power camp; Third, by the time the people's Republic of China was founded 100 years ago, China's position as a major manufacturing country will be further consolidated, and its comprehensive strength will rank in the forefront of the world's manufacturing powers

the concept of "industry 4.0" was born at the Hannover Industrial Fair in Germany in 2011. Although people still talk about the definition and standard of "industry 4.0". Generally speaking, "industry 4.0" refers to the application of information and communication technology in the field of industrial production, so as to achieve intelligent, personalized and integrated production

compared with the previous three industrial revolutions, "industry 4.0", known as the "fourth industrial revolution", is not reflected in the breakthrough of a single technology. In the view of many European enterprises, "industry 4.0" is not so much a revolution as an evolution. It can be said that "industry 4.0" is characterized by the wide application of information technology and is the continuation of the third industrial revolution

experts believe that Swiss industry 4.0 is reflected in: Switzerland gives full play to its advantages in traditional fine manufacturing of machinery, textiles, tools, watches and so on, vigorously promotes intelligent manufacturing, transmits information about machines, raw materials and products through "IOT", and cooperates to complete production tasks

the future of "industry 4.0" of intelligent manufacturing is surging. How to improve manufacturing efficiency and build "smart" factories with the help of ICT innovation is a common proposition on the innovation path of China and Switzerland

according to the latest 2016 global innovation index released by the World Intellectual Property Organization and other institutions, Switzerland ranked first for the sixth consecutive year. Switzerland not only has the highest number of patents per capita in the world, but also has far more per capita share of Nobel Prize winners than other countries

Geng Wenbing, Chinese ambassador to the Swiss Confederation, once introduced Switzerland as follows: the innovative consciousness and pragmatic spirit of the Swiss people have enabled this small European country to stay in the forefront of developed countries for decades, maintain its status as an economic and financial power, and be known as the world's richest man. p>

previously, some media once introduced "made in Switzerland": the success of the Swiss watch industry depends on the brand and the huge investment in scientific research, design, skill training and after-sales service. In terms of structure, Switzerland follows the pattern of horizontal professional division of labor in history. Suppliers and subcontractors provide spare parts to watchmakers, and watchmakers assemble and sell finished products. Watchmakers organize their internal production structure according to varieties. Compared with its competitors, the Swiss watch industry can provide consumers with a truly full range of products, from manual winding to fully automatic mechanical watches, from analog to digital display quartz watches, materials from precious metal diamond inlay, stainless steel, wood, plastic to high-tech ceramics, styles from modern to classical, from sports to fashion, and varieties from alarm clocks, desk clocks, small pendulum clocks to watches, which can meet the all-round needs of all kinds of consumers. Its world-class reputation is largely due to its stable quality and reliable performance. The designer claims that this bike has more than 15 scientific and technological patents, and generations of craftsmen have won this honor with wisdom and sweat. The Swiss watch industry attaches great importance to the use of brands and marks of origin, making the famous brand effect and the appeal of "made in Switzerland" complement each other, providing consumers with the best quality assurance

the media has also reported the innovation and upgrading of the craftsman spirit of Swiss manufacturing: Switzerland is known as the "country of brands". Whether chocolate, cheese, watches, or sabers, "made in Switzerland" has become synonymous with high quality. The pursuit of quality and innovation has made Switzerland a "gold lettered signboard". I have heard the "brand story" of many Swiss enterprises: being meticulous about quality, the cheese brand Gruyere has been inherited for 900 years. Each cow must ensure a high-quality grassland of 1 hectare to 1.5 hectare, and it is necessary to go out of the shed and breathe fresh air at least every three days on the day of heavy snow closure; Adhering to the route of "specialization and excellence", in the 1970s, facing the low price competition of quartz watches and electronic watches, the Swiss watch industry bucked the trend and broke through, holding an irreplaceable position in the industry; Relying on exquisite workmanship, Swiss Army knives are famous all over the world for their lightness, delicacy, durability and various functions. There are more than 200 manufacturing processes for an ordinary knife

in addition to the strong "craftsman spirit", innovation is also the success gene of "made in Switzerland". The key to innovation lies in talents. Switzerland's unique talent training mechanism "incubates" generations of craftsmen, supporting the two-way flow of knowledge and innovation. In the early 1990s, Switzerland carried out a successful reform of higher education, merging more than 60 higher vocational and technical colleges across the country into seven universities of Applied Science and technology, including the famous Lausanne Hotel Management College. The colleges and majors of these universities are closely integrated with local economic and social development, with significant career orientation and emphasis on applied research and development. At present, this new step-by-step university plays an increasingly important role in the Swiss higher education system, providing a large number of high-end technical talents for industrial development, and has become an important force in the Swiss national innovation system

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